China Dota2 Supermajor
Shanghai, China

Event Dates:
June 2, 2018 through June 10, 2018

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Read the latest news about players competing in China Dota2 Supermajor

Major hopes shut down
April 26, 2018
MP finished with an overall KDA of 5/12/3 in a very one-sided 0-2 loss to VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
MP had a difficult time as Monkey King in Game 1. He got practically nothing in lane and was never given the space that he needed to recover. He went for a Battle Fury to try and catch up, but when he got it at 22 minutes it was far too late to make a difference. He finished with a 2/6/2 KDA. Game 2 was not much better for MP, who was on Death Prophet this time. He once again fell behind early along with the rest of his team. Immortals struggled to win fights even with Exorcism, which meant that MP was rarely allowed to use his ultimate as a means to potentially catch up by split-pushing. He finished with a 3/6/1 KDA.
Poor series from Immortals' middle lane
April 26, 2018
Ryoya had an unimpressive showing in a 0-2 loss to VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with an overall KDA of 6/10/0.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Ryoya played Windranger. He managed to score a few kills on supports, but in the grand scheme of things his hero was extremely useless in this game. Ryoya's disables and burst were easily dealt with by the VGJ.Storm lineup. He finished with a 3/2/0 KDA. Ryoya played Outworld Devourer in Game 2. Despite being on a much better hero this time around, he didn't have very much success. He was an even easier kill for VGJ.S this game, finishing with a 3/8/0 KDA.
Rough series for Immortals' offlaner
April 26, 2018
Velo finished with a 3/10/5 KDA in a 0-2 loss to VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
Velo had a miserable time on Underlord in Game 1. He essentially got nothing done, forced to play from the back foot from practically minute one. He was never able to use his ultimate aggressively, instead Immortals relied on him to give them a way out of bad fights. Velo finished with a 1/5/4 KDA. In Game 2 Velo played Puck but didn't have much more success than he did in the first game. He struggled to initiate and despite his built-in mobility he was an easy kill for VGJ.Storm almost all game. He finished with a 2/5/1 KDA.
Goes down without much of a fight
April 26, 2018
Febby had a weak series against VGJ.Storm, losing both games of a best-of-two in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with an overall KDA of 3/10/7.
ANALYSIS
Febby had a rough time on Earthshaker in Game 1. His 24-minute Blink Dagger says enough about the state of this game for Febby. He found nothing early and couldn't fight in the mid game, contributing nothing outside of a single Fissure in most fights. He finished with a 1/4/1 KDA. Febby played Clockwerk in Game 2. He did make a few nice rotations around the map, but too many of these didn't end up in kills and Immortals soon fell behind VGJ.S, who opted to just sit and farm in their lanes. Febby finished with a 2/6/6 KDA.
Crushed by VGJ.Storm
April 26, 2018
DuBu finished with an overall KDA of 1/10/11 in a disappointing 0-2 loss to VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with an overall KDA of 1/10/11.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 DuBu played a very ineffective Bane. His spells were all useless this game against Sneyking's Abaddon and he basically fed kills away all game. He finished with a 0/5/4 KDA. In Game 2 DuBu played Ancient Apparition. He struggled once again to have much impact for his team. Immortals were once again put on the back foot early, and DuBu was unable to perform at such a disadvantage in gold and levels. He finished with a 1/5/7 KDA.
Excellent performance from VGJ.Storm's carry
April 26, 2018
YawaR was critical in VGJ.Storm's 2-0 win over Immortals in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with a 15/1/16 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
YawaR played an excellent Lifestealer in Game 1. He had the lowest kill participation on his team, but YawaR actually wasn't needed in a lot of early engagements. He was able to farm up a very quick 17-minute Radiance which effectively shut Immortals out of the game with so much damage so early on. YawaR finished with a 3/0/6 KDA. Game 2 was equally as good for YawaR, who was on Gryocopter this time. Continuing on what has been a very impressive qualifier run, YawaR sealed out this best-of-two with a commanding win. He did extremely well in lane and went for a quick Drums of Endurance and Black King Bar that let him get into fights easily. He finished with a 12/1/10 KDA.
Secures the North American Supermajor qualifier slot
April 26, 2018
Resolut1on went without a single death in a convincing 2-0 win over VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with a 16/0/15 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on started the series off with a fantastic Gyrocopter performance. After a slow start to the lane phase, Resolut1on exploded into the mid game. His area-of-effect damage was quite simply overwhelming for Immortals. There was no answer to the amount of damage Resolut1on could front load in a fight, which set VGJ.Storm up for easy cleanups. He finished with an 8/0/6 KDA. Resolut1on played excellent again in game 2, on Medusa this time. His positioning was good all game, and he did a great job in lane so Resolut1on was able to hold his ground in fights. In combination with the area-of-effect damage from YawaR's Gyrocopter, there was no hope for Immortals once the two VGJ.S carries got going. Resolut1on finished with an 8/0/9 KDA.
Another impressive game from the VGJ.S offlane
April 26, 2018
Sneyking finished with an overall KDA of 5/2/24 in a 2-0 win against Immortals in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Sneyking played a great Abaddon. He was unbelievably annoying all game, proving to be impossible for Immortals to bring down. He went for a typical aura build with Crimson Guard and Pipe of Insight, making the rest of his team much more durable. He finished with a 2/0/11 KDA. In game 2 Sneyking played Underlord, going for a similar item build focused more on helping his team than enhancing his own game. This strategy proved very effective once again, as his two cores finished the game with only a single death on YawaR's Gyrocopter. Sneyking finished with a 3/2/13 KDA.
Major bound after an impressive qualifier run
April 26, 2018
MSS supported his team to a convincing 2-0 win against VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with a 3/6/19 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
MSS played Io in Game 1. He went for a bit of an unconventional item build, getting more gold and experience than a typical Io. This let him play much more aggressive and be with his cores in fights, giving VGJ.Storm maximum value from his Tether and Overchange. MSS finished with a 5/2/9 KDA. MSS played Naga Siren in Game 2, setting up VGJ.S to take another swift win. He was well positioned all game apart from a few relatively meaningless deaths in the early game and finished with a 1/4/10 KDA.
Secures invite to Supermajor
April 26, 2018
SVG finished with a 10/9/23 overall KDA in a 2-0 win against VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 SVG played Disruptor. He had a rough time in lane, but his deaths usually came with at least one kill for his allies. In the mid game SVG really shone though. Glimpse was incredibly good against the highly mobile Immortals lineup, and Static Storm was the final nail in the coffin that sealed the deal in teamfights. SVG finished with a 4/5/13 KDA. SVG played Bane in Game 2. With no clear counters to Fiend's Grip on the Immortals lineup, SVG was free to get maximum value out of his ultimate on almost every use. He provided very valuable setup all game, finishing with a 6/4/10 KDA.